India Pale Ale - Selin's Grove Brewing Company
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3.8/5 rDev -12.2%
Took this growler out to LA for the Bruery Barrel Age Tasting get together. I've had this a few times but just getting to a review of it.
A - super hazy orange color. I couldn't believe how much yeast was in suspension here. My buddies thought there was cottage cheese in it.
S - smells of mild citrus rind and wet grass. Not a huge nose to it like you would expect from a supposed top 10 IPA.
T - it does taste pretty good. Lots of orange fruit flavor. Reminds me of that Tampico juice my parents used to buy when I was a kid.
M - not much carbonation on this. I'm sure it had to do with being a growler and the transport of it from PA to L.A.
O - it's a good easy drinking IPA, but not really what I'd hoped for when I tried it. I can think of many ipa's I'd rather have.
11-25-2011 23:42:54 | More by Koufax21
3.43/5 rDev -20.8%
Orange beer brought out by koufax21 for the Bruery barrel event. Mild citrus hoppy notes in the aroma, not overpowering, somewhat mild, was really underwhelmed by the aroma for sure.
Mild hopping again, decent enough drinking, but geez, this is almost british ipa territory had it not been for the citrus amount instead of just sheer bitterness.
Pretty standard stuff for an ipa. Good, not great. How this stuff is in the top 100 while nugget nectar is not, I have no idea. Anyways, I think my ipa drinking towards the east stops at about Ohio.
11-22-2011 18:12:50 | More by Beerandraiderfan
3.23/5 rDev -25.4%
Thanks to jenrey for sharing a growler with me and some other BA's.
A: The cap opens without a pop and pours a murky orange color. No head forms and no lace.
S: Orange, citrus, zesty lemon. A nice simple hop aroma, if a bit one dimensional.
T: Again, some simple hops. Orange, citrus, zesty lemon. Spicy and lightly grassy.
M/D: This is under carbonated, almost flat. Not hard to drink, but one is enough.
Hopefully I get to try this again someday to give it another shot. Though as is underwhelming, and one dimensional.
11-07-2011 14:07:44 | More by champ103
4.75/5 rDev +9.7%
Served on tap at the brewpub
A- pours a dark orange with a one finger white head. Because of the low lighting, I can't get a great look at it...so, default grade
S- aroma is of very powerful citrus. Yummy
T- very juicy. Lots of tropical fruits...mostly mango. Wonderful
M- medium bodied
O- this is fantastic. The keg kicked maybe two hours after we got there, so I couldn't order a second pint or get a couple of growlers. Whenever you see this on tap at SG, you should get it.
10-16-2011 15:01:29 | More by bigfnjoe
4.47/5 rDev +3.2%
Poured on tap at the bar into a tulip pint glass.
Kind of dark to judge appearances but, off white and creamy foam head on top of a real nice gold orange with good rising carbonation. Not much for lacing.
What a great nose on this. Mild cream sense of malt with juicy orange citrus bent. Real nice wonderful.
Taste brings everything into play. Soft orange practically tangerine and soft creamy texture (why is everything here so amazingly creamy) of malt. Finish hits with also soft pine needles and malt sweetness complete with brown sugar.
Overall just a fantastic ipa end of story.
10-09-2011 02:47:18 | More by smakawhat
4.33/5 rDev 0%
Reviewed from notes:
appearance: copper orange with a 1 finger off white head
smell: citrus, orange, resin, sweet, malts
taste: grapefruit, orange, citrus, caramel, malts
mouthfeel: mild carbonation, medium body,
overall: a very enjoyable IPA. one that is well balanced and full of hop flavor.
10-04-2011 17:12:44 | More by THECPJ
4.9/5 rDev +13.2%
On tap @ the brewpub 7/31
Hazy amber body with a finger of foamy head. Decent retention and lots of lacing. Amazing aroma on this IPA, all kinds of citrus and floral billow from the glass. Tastes almost as good as it smells, which says alot after you've taken a whiff of ale.
Nice burst of citrus in the mouth upfront, with more of an earthy finish. A pretty well balanced IPA though. Medium bodied, lighter on the carbonation gives it a slightly creamy texture.
This is one exceptional IPA! Although my growler didn't have quite the same appeal as my glasses at the pub, this is simply one of the best beers ive had to date, quite possibly the best IPA sampled.
08-13-2011 17:22:04 | More by prdstmnky
3.98/5 rDev -8.1%
Reviewed from notes during trip to the brewery on June 18. I also returned with growler and enjoyed this one from home.
The color was hazy copper-orange with dense thick head. The growler that I poured from 2 days later did not have such a nice head. There was a pretty serious nose one this brew. Strong citrus and tropical fruit aroma with floral overtones. The taste of this guy was similar to the bouquet. The hops gave this some citrus bitterness than gave way to a caramels and sweet malt flavor. The body was medium, with very low carbonation (almost none, even from the tap). The low carbonation gave this a creamy mouthfeel.
This brewery opened in 1996 when I was a senior at Susquehanna U., which is in Selinsgrove. I loved their IPA then and still do.
08-13-2011 12:47:41 | More by KMcG
4.97/5 rDev +14.8%
A - Pours an inch of fluffy off-white head that has decent retention and leaves gobs of sticky lacing as it recedes. The beer is clear and has a dark golden-orange hue.
S - The aroma on this beer really knocks me off my feet. It's very pungent with a mixture of fruitiness, flowers and a light spiciness.
M - Light to medium in body with good carbonation. It's got a semi-creamy finish.
T - The beer begins with a citrus kick combined with a little bit of peach flavor. A blast of fruitiness hits next(can't pick out one particular fruit, just like the nose) followed by some pine and herbal bitterness. It's got a good malt backbone that keeps the beer balanced.
I had heard very good things about this beer and fortunately it lived up to the hype. This is one of the best IPAs I've tried. I'm kicking myself for not making the trip to Selin's Grove sooner. This one is well worth seeking out.
08-06-2011 00:42:14 | More by boralyl
4.15/5 rDev -4.2%
At the source on a recent trip with the girlfriend. Served out of a pint glass. Reviewed from notes.
Served with .5 finger white foamy head with low retention. Beer is a clear orange peach. Lacing is spotty and patchy with low retention. A bit below par for the style.
Nose is citrus, mango, papaya, and fresh hop bitterness. Very robust fruit bouquet and decently aromatic.
Opens hop bitterness. Citrus, papaya, and mango. An amazing combination of tropical fruit flavors melds perfectly towards the middle. Peach comes in. Some resiny hop bitterness at the end. Finish is a robust malt backbone and aftertaste is a nice citrus hoppiness. A very well crafted east-coast style IPA.
Light to medium bodied with low carbonation. Smooth and warming in the mouth and full and silky going down. Clean finish with a slightly lingering aftertaste. Not as carbonated as most beers I've had this style but the smoothness really works well here.
This beer is an east-coast style IPA taken to the max. Not the most hoppy and not the most balanced. But the fruit aromas and flavors this one boasts are incredible. Definitely worth trying.
08-01-2011 02:49:53 | More by SpeedwayJim
India Pale Ale from Selin's Grove Brewing Company
95 out of 100 based on 139 ratings.